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    Advice to Landlords on How to Ensure Tenants Care of Their Property

Advice to Landlords on How to Ensure Tenants Care of Their Property

Landlords and other stakeholders in the lettings industry have expressed concerns over the effects of troublesome tenants and how they can lead to a factitious relationship across the property lettings chain.  The impact of bad tenants sometimes translates to poor […]

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PRS: Factors that drive Tenants to a property

In the past, the private rented sector (PRS) mainly consisted of people who were unable to afford the cost of their own home. Today, that has changed.  The convenience and freedom offered by rented properties has driven up the […]

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6 Renovation tips for New Landlords (Part 2)

In our previous post, we started our list of 6 top tips for landlords looking to renovate their property. Here’s part two of our extravaganza, and the final tricks you’ll need to master the renovation process:

4. Make sure the […]

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6 Renovation tips for New Landlords (Part 1)

As the excitement of closing escrow on your first purchase builds, you’re probably looking for the best ways to renovate your property without spending more than the place cost in the first place. Here at Coast to Country Lettings, […]

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How to Be A Landlord: Top Tips for Success (Part 2.)

Here is part two to our previous post on how to improve your skills as a landlord!

Continued:

Make friends with your handyman

For those repairs that are more than a DIY job, it’s always good to have reliable people on call […]

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How to Be A Landlord: Top Tips for Success (Part 1.)

I quickly found that in becoming a landlord, I immediately boarded the roller-coaster of different experiences. I’ve had amazing tenants and I’ve had dreadful ones. Before I started, I was bombarded by people trying to advise me against it. […]

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Advice for first time tenants:

Renting for the first time can be exciting but it also comes with a lot of challenges, especially when dealing with leasing agreements and important details. Here at Coast to Country Lettings, we’ve comprised a handy guide to help […]

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Get £1500 to Upgrade Your Rental Property: Absolutely Free

Starting 6th April, the Landlords Energy Saving Allowance, a tax incentive designed to help landlords’ transition to the new rules implemented under The Energy Act of 2011, will expire. This means landlords will have to hurry to […]

By |February 27th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Get £1500 to Upgrade Your Rental Property: Absolutely Free
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    Pressure on UK landlords to improve energy efficiency in home rentals

Pressure on UK landlords to improve energy efficiency in home rentals

There is growing pressure aimed at landlords to improve energy efficiency in rental homes. Seven out of 10 UK householders agree that landlords should be forbidden from renting out homes which have low levels of heat […]

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Landlords must not turn a blind eye to criminal tenants

As reported in The Telegraph back in June the Queen’s Speech is set to include important legislation that affects all landlords. Due to a crackdown on criminal gangs misusing properties this tightening up of […]

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